(名詞) 要求施捨來支付膳宿或交通費用的背包客 (backpacker)，亦寫成 beg-packer。這個字是由 beg + backpacker 拼綴而成。
I recently came across a unique kind of traveller: the beg-packer. Like the name implies, it literally means begging your way through the places you travel.
—Sonali Kokra, “Beg-Packing Is A New Travelling Trend And It’s As Bizarre As It Sounds,” The Huffington Post, September 7, 2017
But in the age of social media, crowdfunding, and hashtags, the dream of free travel has morphed once again, giving us the phenomenon of #begpackers: People who travel backpacker-style on a beggar’s budget, asking for contributions, freebies, and handouts from locals or fellow travelers…as they go.
—Rosie Spinks, “The ‘begpacker’ phenomenon shows how fake poverty has become a status symbol,” Quartzy, January 30, 2018